Introduction Cells which have a lack a membrane-bound nucleus are called prokaryotic cells

Introduction
Cells which have a lack a membrane-bound nucleus are called prokaryotic cells, where they are have few internal structures which are featured under microscope and consider cells of Bacteria and cells of cyanobacteria are prokaryotic cells. The main difference between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells is eukaryotic cells are containing membrane-bound nucleus while prokaryotic cells are do not have membrane-bound nucleus

We choose our research about prokaryotic cells because the current cultivation techniques are do not meet the need of provide a stable feature of the microbial composition, so the future development in the studying of Bacterial diversity must be include improvement in methods of breeding in order that accessing as possible to nature habitat conditions and in addition, because prokaryotic cells are common used in the process of recombinant of DNA

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